You mean DUI, right? If you did not take the roadside test, did you take the breathalyzer test at the police station, or a blood test? Did you refuse to take a test? When you go to court, if there is no test, what evidence will the officer, solicitor or DA present to prove you were DUI? If you were...Read more »
Very difficult to answer. Search the internet for alcohol absorption rates for gender, height and weight. Regardless of those factors, medical issues may affect alcohol absorption rates. So may certain chemicals, drugs, diets. There simply is no "one" answer to your question.
Answer depends on too many "ifs". Generally, if an adult (a 21 year old) is participating in drinking with minors, most police officers will seek to determine if the alcohol was supplied by the adults, or the supply was controlled by the adults. Always best for 21 year olds (adults) to...Read more »
Unfortunately, need more information to answer your question. In a DUI, you should be read an Implied Consent card, and a Miranda warning after your arrest. If you have made any statements, a good lawyer may be able to get those suppressed, depending on the circumstances.
I do not see a specific question, however, an officer needs probable cause in order to pull you over in the first place. Unless you give the officer permission to search your car, which I would never do, the officer cannot search the car without a warrant, in most cases of DUI. Need more...Read more »
He can certainly try to do this, but whether he is successful depends on a number of factors. The adultery alone may not tip the scales in his favor, given the reconciliation. However, you need a lawyer ASAP.
Yes, you will be expected to answer questions under oath at a deposition even if you do not have a lawyer. But you should first make very sure the other side has complied with the various rules related to subpoenas and service. You really need a lawyer to determine that. Keep shopping.
Without reading the papers, I can tell you that orthodontic cost responsibilities should be carefully spelled out in a divorce or settlement agreement. Often a decree will only include a Child Support Addendum that requires the parties to share the cost of uninsured, but reasonably necessary,...Read more »
Not sure why 13 years has elapsed without an earlier demand for the jewelry, but, if the final decree ordered him to return the jewelry, and he sells it, I think you have both a contempt issue and an equitable issue. Contact an attorney ASAP. If you cannot get your jewelry back, you may be able to...Read more »
My wife and me are both retired military, how would our pensions work in a divorce? Mine is the higher pension. We were married for 17 years of her 20 years of service and 19 years of my 22 years of service. Would she get 1/2 mine and I get 1/2 hers? I know there may be extra factors to consider.... Read more »
there is an arithmetic formula involved, but the amount of each other's military retirement you would each be eligible for is able to be calculated by a divorce attorney familiar with military divorce. You may also be able to enter into a settlement agreement with each other that would...Read more »
there is nothing that requires your lawyer to enter into a retainer agreement with you. However, if you sign one, you must be given a copy of. if you asked for an agreement, or a copy of one,and he or she will not give it to you, do you really want to stay with that lawyer?
yes, it can be lowered, but it will require you going back to court for a modification. If your pay has decreased in an amount that the court deems a material change in circumstances,your support can be lowered.
If my divorce document states this and the minor child just graduated from high school how do I get child support to stop being garnished from my paycheck. What paperwork do I need to file and where? Our original agreement stated that both parties agreed child support did not need to be garnished... Read more »
it is possible to modify child visitation for many reasons. Is it the children who wanted visitation to be an option here, or is it the noncustodial parent, or is it the custodial parent? As children get older, it is not uncommon for them to pursue adolescent/teenage activities and spend a little...Read more »
if you are asking whether or not he could get the baby based on your admitted adultery four years ago, the answer is Probably Not. However, this depends on whether your baby was born after the alleged adultery, which would be evidence of what we call condonation, or his forgiveness of your adultery...Read more »
there is no fixed answer for this question. The court determines that amount based on a number of factors, including the length of the marriage, contributions of the parties to the marital estate, etc. without knowing more about the financials and your situation, I do not have an opinion as to...Read more »
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